After a week of snow covered roads and slower driving, west Michiganders woke up Saturday morning to find most of the snow was washed away by rain that started Friday, and temps that felt more like springtime once again.

Monday, the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids issued a Wind Advisory for much of lower Michigan, with potential for winds to gust to 40 or 50mph as temperatures fall during the day into the thirties. The weather service forecast also suggests snow will return as early as Monday evening, though excessive accumulations are not predicted.

Dennis Hodges will update the Thanksgiving week forecast as many prepare to travel for the holiday. Stay tuned to 95.3 WBCK on The Richard Piet Show Monday morning for the latest updates.